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Debian derivatives census

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debian.org: The Debian Project would like to invite representatives of distributions derived from Debian to participate in a census of Debian derivatives. In addition we would like to invite representatives of distributions derived from Debian to join the Debian derivatives front desk.

Mepis Goes to 11

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linux-mag.com: It’s not the best-known distribution, but Mepis still has its fans. The Debian-based distro is getting very close to its final 11 release. With a major version bump (last release was 8.5) Mepis 11 has a lot to live up to.

1999-2011 Eleven Years of Success for GNU/Linux

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mrpogson.com: I just reread the announcement of a partnership between IBM and RedHat in 1999 to promote GNU/Linux to the enterprise. What’s changed in that time is nothing and everything.

How to develop for Linux

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Software

techradar.com: The community is making it easier for developers to contribute code - and that means you too!

Linux: Successful Upgrade – SBS 2003 to Linux

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blog.eracc.com: Late in 2010 one of our charitable organization clients, a local church, came to these decisions: 1) The aging XP Professional systems in their office needed to be replaced with new systems.

Skolelinux interview: Morten Amundsen

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Interviews

people.skolelinux.org: This time the Tromsø office of the Free software Centre and the newly elected board member of the association FRESH I've been speaking in my interview series with Skolelinux -people.

Pardus 2011, Latest and Greatest

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  • Pardus 2011, Independent Distro Releases Latest and Greatest
  • Pardus2011- A Linux distro that needs your attention
  • Review: Pardus 2011

Is Parallel Programming Hard, And, If So, What Can You Do About It?

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The purpose of this book is to help you understand how to program shared-memory parallel machines without risking your sanity. By describing the algorithms and designs that have worked well in the past, we hope to help you avoid at least some of the pitfalls that have beset parallel projects. But you should think of this book as a foundation on which to build, rather than as a completed cathedral.

Sabayon 5.4 KDE - More mature, less fun - and buggy

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dedoimedo.com: Sabayon is no stranger to Dedoimedo. 'Tis a weird beast, this Sabayon. A Linux distribution based on Gentoo, so you might expect all kinds of perils and troubles. But no, it actually manages to be quite reasonable.

Classifying Linux Distributions

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go2linux.org: This is somehow my personal classification, of Linux distributions. And maybe at the same time of the Linux users.

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